Leslie Wexner / Secret / Brands / Jeffrey Epstein

Leslie Wexner, the CEO of Victoria's Secret parent company L Brands, says he is "embarrassed" that he put his trust in disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein

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Prospect of Brexit hits UK participation in EU research programmes

“Beijing thinks that they can rule because of money." @NancyPelosi  announced the U.S. House has passed the bicameral bipartisan Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act #HongKongProtests  #香港

First, Adam Schiff spread false accusations of Russia collusion. Then, he manufactured a false transcript of @realDonaldTrump  & Zelensky's phone call. Now, he's caught lying about his coordination with the whistleblower. We must hold Adam Schiff accountable. #FullOfSchiff 

Rare earth minerals have some of the biggest importance in trade with China. CNBC anchor Brian Sullivan takes a closer look at this industry and why it matters so much.

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Mark Carney: We need to look at the whole financial ecosystem, because everything is interconnected. A central bank’s job is to ensure financial stability. We also want to enable innovation. #IMFmeetings  #NewEcon  #fintech 

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The fastest way to become rich is to socialize with the poor; the fasted way to become poor is to socialize with the rich.

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